Analysis Of The Book ' James ' Hewitt '

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James W Hewitt is the author of this book. He is president of the Friends of the Center for Great Plains Studies. This story was published in 2015 by the Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska. James W Hewitt returns to McCook, Nebraska to see the scene of the crime that scared the small town of McCook. In the story it talked about a love triangle that involved Kay Hoyt, Harold Nokes, and his wife Ena Nokes. Kay is the daughter of Edwin and Wilma Hoyt. Kay had some difficulties in her life. She has been looked as the black sheep of the family. She was the only child of Edwin and Wilma who was divorce and now she is a single mother of two daughters. When this story took place was in the year 1973 and at that point divorces were not common as they are today. The people in the community will see them in shame around that time period. Kay’s brother and sisters did not approve of the way their parents are always turning the other side when it involved Kay’s problems that she caused on herself. Kay and Harold had an affair that has been going on for many years. Ena was also involved in that affair and she didn’t care about it. After a while Kay realized that she didn’t want to be involved in that type of relationship any more. She wanted to do for her parents. Her father Edwin did not really like the fact that Kay was getting involved with Harold. Edwin disapproved of the whole relationship. It felt like he did not want her daughter to get hurt because it seemed that…
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